On Saturday, I attended the premiere of the Marvel: Age of Heroes Exhibition but didn't have time to complete my shopping at the first floor store. I corrected that yesterday and landed a couple of cool postcards.
The above is one of my all-time favourite covers and though it was available in poster-size, I opted for a postcard.
I also scored a postcard and a Clear File of Gurihara's Avengers.
Speaking of Clear Files, I bought an early appearance of Rocket Raccoon.
And one of this iconic Spider-Man cover. I like how they aged it to give it the feel of being almost 50 years old.
This is a reproduction of the Exhibition's poster. Can you name them all?
I decided to nab a Thanos and Ant-Man while I was there, just in case they sell out.
Finally, I splurged and bought a pair of boxers. The large-size is a tad snug but still manages to keep everything in its place.
Last Friday, I caught the premiere of Jurassic World and bought another Clear File, a lovely T-Rex.
There was a Kuji Draw for Dino items but the A-Prize had already been snagged. I landed a C-Prize.
A cool little plate. Unfortunately, at 800 yen a pop, it's not worth trying for more.
Over the last few weeks, I've gathered up a few of these free sticker sheets from the cinema. My students will appreciate my efforts.
Speaking of stickers, Incredible Family has a sheet. Once again, Japan has to wait a few months to see this movie! I hope they show it in English in Sendai!
I hope to go to the Science Museum shortly to check this out:
This follow up is to a Solo post of a few weeks back. Much to no one's surprise, I bought a few Clear Files (one can never have too many of these).
These TsumTsums were half-price! I couldn't resist.
I didn't want to try for them all, yet I must say, I'm not disappointed with my acquisition.
I bought the only five Mystery Minis and though I didn't get the rare Han, I have to admit that I got a nice mix.
That's it for now...